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>> good morning med. i'm jamie costello. >> before we get do all the results let's get to weather and see how it is shaping up today. >> pretty good weather. no debate on this one. we have a nice weather pattern and fairly normal condition the. 48 minutes to sunrise. mostly clear this morning. we're chilly and some of us have patchy fog in baltimore county and some of the per riv fry of the valley reservoirs. we have hurricane igor, still category 4. julia upgraded to category 4. karl about to hit mexico. a lot to talk about, but currently we're dry. we are looking at temperatures ranging from 56 degrees right now. 58 there.
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54 on the eastern shore in chester town. mostly sunny sky. the high reaches 78 this afternoon. our traffic update now with kim brown. >> thanks justin. this morning we have traffic jammed across the interloop span on the key bridge and only one lane getting by at this time. expect a delay there. a struck pedestrian at ritchie highway and 9th avenue. no delays or problems there. that is a five minute trip. about a 3 men it right there. no issues on the top side. you're going to see traffic moving pretty well here. no issues on the harriersburg expressway on warren road. traffic looks pretty good. megan and jamie back to you. >> if you went to bed and you didn't know who won the race for top prosecutor, things look
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good for burnstein but we still don't know who won. linda. >> reporter: even though it looks like burnstein has won, an cen tee ballots have not been counted and they will be the deciding factor in this race. both camps say they will regroup this morning to look over the results. burnstein has 49% of the vote. 1400 votes separate the two. there are still thousands of absentee ballots that have not beenouted. they will start tallying those votes on thursday. 1600 of them have been returned. that could be a large enough number to change the votes in the race. they ran a good race. >> from all the polling places that we went to throughout the day, we got the same level of
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enthusiasm and excitement that we have gotten throughout this campaign and we have gone through neighborhoods all over the city. >> we're confident that the voters elected the best person so we'll await the return. so again with 100% of the precincts reporting burnstein leads with about 1400 votes but absentee ballots have yet to be counted. 6:03. sherrie johnson is live weather that race. >> it is one of the hottest race as round, and take a look at the screen here. this morning it is the closest primary race in decades for this office. right now about 94% of the
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precincts are reporting. kevin is leading with about 52% of the votes and joe has about 44% of the votes. kevin is a lawyer and joe is a farmer. both served four terms on the county council and both camps gave upbeat reports late into the night. >> we're waiting to get the official numbers and then we'll know. it is kind of nerve-racking waiting but there is nothing else you can do. >> things are looking good. our numbers are trending in the right direction. we're waiting. now turnout was pretty low yesterday with about 15% to 20% voter turnout but in the meantime the winner from that race will go up against republican ken holt. not much with the gubernatorial primaries. on the republican side, former
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governor ehrlich topping brian murphy who was endorsed by sarah palin. >> here es what the candidates had to say. >> look, these have been tough years, but we have been making progress and the people of our state whenever given a choice to move forward or fall back always move forward and that is why i look forward to the campaign. i work for the people and ultimately, the decision is their decision. >> for small business peoples for the people fleeing this state everyday. our message is stop, wait, give us seven weeks. [ laughter ] >> give us seven weeks. there is hope. >> so we'll see november 2nd rematch of the 2006 maryland governor's race. >> longtime u.s. senator mccul
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ski easily won so she will square off against aaron. he has seen that t v ad nat had stirred up a lot of stuff. she is seeking her fourth term in the senate. here are the nominations up for grabs in the primary. 7th district elijah cummings. in the third john going up against jim wilhelm. he is going to faceoff again. >> and there is always head to our web site and check out who is going head to head in your district right now come november. plus we have interviews with some of the candidates so head
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to and check it out. >> 7 minutes after 6:00. time to get you back to work. >> we want to help you find that job. this morning three new eligible employees can tell you how they are marketling them selfs. we have the details on that. >> dressing professionally for young adults. tips to dress for succeed in your new job. they look monstrous from space. we'll show you the incredible pictures in a minute but first the latest business news happening. >> we begin with a victory for president barack obama. democrats cleared the way for a bill to have a $30 billion fund for small business loans. the bill includes $12 billion in tax breaks for businesses. toyota has filed papers in federal court to dismiss hundreds of lawsuits. they say they fail to identify
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any defects in its vehicles. >> discounts and tax free shopping days boosted retail sales last month. >> sitting on a couch could be a little more uncomfortable. they can put more passengers on a plane. that is your money scope report. i'm rob nelson. oia
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11 minutes after 6:00 this morning. it is time to get you back to work. we have been asking you to submit your resume's to us and then we pick certain ones and
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fee cheer them online and on the air. >> my name is ca san dre' brown. ener jet stick creative and hard working. as a recent graduate i received academic honors. currently i'm seeking an opportunity to utilize my education and work experience. i have extensive experience in leading, planning and implementing programs. my skills will be a great asset to your company. i look forward to hearing from you. thank you. >> i have a bachelor's degree in business administration. i am bilingual in english and spanish and i am an american citizen. i am looking for a position where i can continue working with a corporation with my skills and education and
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background. contact me for an interview. >> hello. i am a graduate with a certificate of completion as a pharmacy technician. i completed an internship with a major retail pharmacy. i am looking for a position in the pharmacy industry where i can put my skills and experience to work. i am willing to relocate if necessary. than you. >> thank you for submitting those resume's. if you would like to see yours on the air, you can e-mail us with a microsoft word attachments. you can put a 20-second video pitch and we'll put that on air and online. >> now, the forecast certified most accurate by weather race. >> 6:12. take a look at these incredible
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views. as rare as it is to have one category 4 storm, 15% of the top tier reached that. hurricane igor and hurricane julia both category 4 in the open waters of the atlantic. these are coming from the space station whereas doughnuts are tracking the storms. those are beautiful. we can see what is looking like right now. julia winds upgraded this morning to category 4 strength at 145-mile-an-hour winds. this is going to stay in the open waters of the atlantic. we'll have to focus our attention on what will be the threat. igor. winds were 155 overnight, but they are 145.
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this could be a direct smack with winds of 115 when it makes landfall in bermuda this weekend. it stays well off the east coast and no weather, just waves for ocean city this weekend. now we'll take you to a third named system. this one about to slam in through the yucatan pen thin sue l of mexico karl up to 65 miles per hour. almost a hurricane strength. there is another landfall on the western track restrengthening and reaching the central mexican coastline. it stays south of the texas. this got hit with alex earlier in the season. two could make landfall in the upcoming week. locally we're just quiet.
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high pressure in control. a fairly seasonal set up with 55 degrees in baltimore. the leaves are starting to turn. these chilly mornings help it to do so. we have patchy fog this morning so that could be something you have to drive through on your way in. it is nothing more than a few isolated spots. high pressure in control. the next weather system could throw afternoon clouds in. thunderstorms thursday evening. they could survive through friday morning. it could be a morning event on friday. until then, a beautiful day setting up today. 78 degrees. we're expecting temperatures in the upper 70s turning partly cloudy. temperatures should briefly hit 80 on the eastern store. we're down to 56 tonight and extended outlook calls for an isolated shower late in the day or in the evening thursday.
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78 with early showers or storms on friday. 79 saturday. 83 sunday. mid-80s through early next week. here is kim brown with traffic. >> well justin as you make your way up and down 95 and the harris berg expressway, traffic is moving well. no incidents on 95 or 83. this is the interloop of the key bridge and this is not moving fast at all. we have a crash blocking the right lane. traffic begins to jam as you approach the toll plaza so i would try to avoid the key bridge as we look here, another glimpse of the traffic. delays running over 15 to 20 minutes so avoid if possible. >> we are working one more accident. this is going to be in brooklyn park, a struck pedestrian. police and emergency crews are on the scene there. expect delays there.
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>> only 7 minutes from the 95 split to 295. 95 look good from the beltway to 32. southwest side of the loop no problems between 70 and 95. that will take you about 8 mints. back to you. >> here is dale horn. how have you been? >> great. i've missed you. >> i missed you. >> this comes from diana who asks with the elections around the corner could brew provide some predictions on how things will play for congress, the markets and the economy. >> one, what do we think is happening in the elections and we'll tell about what the polls are predicting now and then what the possible effects are. election wise, most polls individual can't that the republicans may be able to take the house with 39 additional votes and there is an outside
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chance they may take the senate as well. it would be a republican driven congress and many times when we look at this change this is beneficial for the markets for the very reason that if everything slows down, meaning the passing of big bills and big spending and some of the regulatory issues, if that gridlock occurs, the fight between the two, that could be been firm for the markets but it doesn't want so much gridlock that it stops some o beneficial things. one of the biggest issues we're looking at is taxes. we have the bush tax cuts expiring next year. we'll be looking for improvement, tax cuts for another year or those under $25o,000 some benefits there. we need some participation in congress. >> if the republicans gain control, after november and through the end of the year we
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still have a lame duck session so it doesn't change things until next year. post elections we still have the same makeup for the tax issue prior to the end of the year. we will keep a close eye on the language coming out of the administration because if taxes increase that would be negative for the markets. >> wait until the e lection. >> same thing i have looked at since april, it will be choppy. we have some optimism and some is preelection optimism but large multinational dividend paying stocks. have some income so you have some improvement. >> megan. >> thanks so much jamie. >> 6:19. if your student is going to college, searching for internships or looking for a job, what should they wear?
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that scary first interview on that first day of work maybe. we have details ahead. plus what happened across the country? some upsets and surprises in national races.
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my commute home to the eastern shore every night only takes an hour but that's more time than congress spends reading massive spending bills, it's crazy. that's why i wrote a law that requires 72 hours to read every bill. i read the big bills and i said no. no to the $3 trillion budget, no to the bank bailout, and no to the health care bill. at home you would never pay a bill without reading it neither should congress. i'm frank kratovil and i approve this message because i'm proud to be ranked one of the most independent members of congress.
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6:23. these days everyone wants to look their best and need to fit in and be the same as everybody in the crowd. >> they are heading down the career paths and they want to look the best and have their clothes make the right fashion statement for them. tips for young adults. >> reporter: looking good is a priority for most people, the right outfit says a lot about a person. most young adults out of the college want their clothes to make the right fashion state. five fashion tips for young adults. for ladies, a well rounded wardrobe should include basic pieces to be mixed and matched
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easily like skirts, jackets, black, gray, brown or cream color. brown is more stylish now and it is like the new black. you can't forget the leggings. they are not the ones you wear to your aerobics class. they come in all didn't colors. they look great. put the summer dress over your leggings and make it work during the fall. >> make sure each piece can be worn with something new frail. cue yan have a nice necklace, earrings to bring out the outfit. >> they love the scarfs. get a new necklace for an outfit and pocketbooks too. >> for men, a dark suit with
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shirts in white, creme or blue will make the grade for you. these fashion tips will have you looking your best as you head into the fall season. sherrie johnson. brie yanna here doesn't need fashion tips. happy birthday, ten. this is big time. she and her family watch good morning maryland every single morning. thanks for watching brianna. >> send us a birthday greeting for that special someone at we'll be right back.
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everyone knows a fee is a tax. you raised some taxes during that period, particularly the property tax as well as a lot of fee increases. as you know, there's a big difference between fees and taxes. but...they're the same. it's a tax. it's a tax. it's a tax. it's a tax. there's a big difference between fees and taxes. fees and taxes are one in the same. if it comes out of my pocket, it's a tax. now he says it isn't true. we didn't raise taxes. what? still doing the same thing, paying out more money. typical politician. definitely.
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now good morning maryland. wirth 52% of the vote it looks like he has defeated joe in the democratic race for baltimore county executive. >> way too close to call. more on the biggest race of the day between jessamy and burnstein. >> any surprises? one surprise has stunned political insiders and some in maryland. our next-door neighbor. thanks for joining us. i'm meg meg. >> i'm justin berk. swell day coming up.
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>> justinjustin berk. >> anybody heading down, the big bike festival in ocean city may keep interest in the tropics. we have clear skies and a chilly morning, even patchy fog and the afternoon with sun. we'll warm up nicely. the tropics however a different story. igor a category 4 staying off the east coast but those swells will be big on the shoreline this weekend. julia is up graded to a category 4 and then there is karl which will make landfall today or tomorrow in mexico as a very strong tropical storm or category 1 hurricane. >> not much action going on this morning. time lapse imagery. 57 right now under a clear sky but that is a chilly morning. we'll go to

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